Major leaders of Pakistan Army brought down Imran Khan’s government, allegation – India TV Hindi

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Pakistan News: Political upheaval continues in Pakistan. It has increased especially after the election results. If no party gets a majority, it is certain that a coalition government will be formed. Meanwhile, Imran Khan has appealed to the US to take some initiative on the recent election rigging in Pakistan. The big thing is that Imran Khan, who blamed America for the end of his government, is now seen pleading with America. It is another matter that a major leader of Pakistan himself has accused the major leaders of the Pakistan Army of bringing down Imran Khan’s government.

Pakistan’s top right-wing leader has accused senior army officers of trying to topple Imran Khan’s government in 2022. Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman claimed in the program of ‘Samaa TV’ on Thursday night that ‘Former Army Chief General (R) Qamar Javed Bajwa has joined the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf. The government of justice was overthrown.

The no-confidence motion against Imran was remembered.

Recalling the no-confidence motion against PTI founder Imran Khan, Rehman said, “Pakistan People’s Party was bringing a no-confidence motion against PTI. General Bajwa and Faiz Hameed were in touch with us during the no-confidence motion. “General Bajwa, Faiz Hameed asked all parties to do it (bring no-confidence motion),” he claimed.

‘Army should be told about its mistakes’

“One should stand up to the army and say it is doing wrong,” Rahman told the presenter in response to a question on its website. Rehman said, “The protest will continue until the issues are resolved because the army has nothing to do with politics. This protest will lead to a revolution.”

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